Phew! But why?
And I'll also be talking even more rubbish later, chatting with BBC Radio Suffolk's forever effervescent James Hazell (pictured below with his studio recycling bin and producer Sal, who is just as sparkly ). If all goes to plan it should be about 9.40am this morning.
I still haven't quite got used to this radio lark you know. I may not be as nervous as I once was, but I still have to take my shoes off for fear of the audience hearing me pacing up and down my living room.
And I promise, once the interview is over I will finally get around to this week's laundry.....otherwise it won't be just my husband who's demanding clean pants....the kids will be in tow too.
At least I'm reducing their carbon footprint, well that's my excuse anyway. It's far easier doing the laundry in one go in the style of just-in-time delivery.